Hi everyone! I'm afraid I don't have an update for AFoA today. I've been busy with another project, which is now in active beta! I've taken the short story "In the Hands of the Smith" and converted it to a quick gamebook, with 10 choices, 13 unlockable badges, and 6 possible endings (2 branches with 3 possible endings). I've tested it in 5 browsers myself, so as long as your browser's modern enough to use Wattpad, it should be able to use the gamebook. Find it here: http://games.mistiwolanski.com/beta
A Fistful of Fire: Book #1, Chronicles of Marsdenfel - Year 245 of the Byndingcarradee · 10 Parts
You're overlooking the cultural contexts for Aidan and Evonalé. A person's origins, culture, and experiences influence how they think, which influences how they interpret input. Aidan is a prince. There is no benefit and much detriment and even outright danger in befriending her. If all he wanted was friendship, it would be safer for them both if he was more subtle, and he's savvy enough to know what he's doing. Evonalé does have some anxiety issues that strengthen her fretting to a degree that some might call mild paranoia, but she has reason for her fear in general. She is also well aware that the "no benefit" in associating with her would change to "great benefit" to the man who got a child on her. Culturally speaking, she meets the qualifications for a prince's mistress, not his friend, especially since she's pretty. Does this help?
Eyes Wide Shut: a collection of poetry - Christmas 2016carradee · 16 Parts
Thanks! :-) [e-hug]